Experience Autumn in New England

The Northeast corner of the United States is one of the most beautiful, picturesque, and peaceful regions of the country. Experience relaxing back roads, glorious autumn foliage, fascinating small towns, and endless natural splendor in a motorhome.

We’ve designed a route that incorporates many of New England’s premier destinations and finest RV parks… plus some hidden gems! Check out these stops and start planning your autumn getaway

Use this interactive foliage planner to begin planning the ideal time to travel.


Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor – known for its stunning coastal beauty, yachts, lobster boats, island views, and ocean settings – is the perfect place to begin your journey through New England. It is the center of activity for Mt. Desert Island visitors, with a variety of shops, restaurants and taverns, as well as easy access to the forests and shores of Acadia National Park. Walk the historic Shore Path, go whale watching, or simply stroll through the town. LEARN MORE


Narrows Too Camping Resort

Centrally located and overlooking Mount Desert Island, this scenic RV park offers ocean view campsites and many amenities. Hiking and historic Bar Harbor are just minutes away. Biking, sea kayaking, fishing, shopping, and more are right around the corner. LEARN MORE


Acadia National Park

One of the nation’s most beloved National Parks, Acadia protects a pristine area in coastal Maine where ancient forest meets the wild Atlantic. Many of the park’s major features are within easy reach of Bar Harbor, including the start of Acadia’s scenic Park Loop Road. You can also take several ferries to reach Isle au Haut, as well as other islands, where you can explore secluded coves and dramatic sea cliffs. LEARN MORE


Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort

Located between the Lakes Region and the White Mountains in Freedom, New Hampshire, this RV resort is a nature lover’s playground. This region is one of the most picturesque in New England! Above it all stands 6,288-foot Mount Washington, the highest point in the northeastern United States.  LEARN MORE


Cannon Mountain Tramway

On your journey, stop by the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway and revel in spectacular views. This 80-person passenger cable car brings visitors to the summit of Cannon Mountain in under ten minutes. The tram is open from the end of May to late October. LEARN MORE


Kancamagus Highway

This 34.5-mile portion of Route 112 is a recognized National Scenic Byway and offers travelers rich history and natural beauty, in addition to being considered one of the best fall foliage viewing areas in the world.  The byway winds across New Hampshire through the heart of the scenic and mountainous White Mountain National Forest. It is home to an abundance of hiking trails, picturesque ponds and many scenic overlooks. LEARN MORE


Lake Champlain

The Lake Champlain area features some of the most delightful small towns in Vermont. From unique shopping and dining to picturesque waterfronts and family-friendly hiking trails, the area is as diverse as it is beautiful. Enjoy the towns of Burlington and Clochester, or grab your bike and take in the sights of beautiful Lake Champlain as you cruise along the 14-mile long bike path known as the Island Line.  LEARN MORE


Green Mountain Byway

The 22-mile Green Mountain Byway winds through the towns of Waterbury and Stowe, with the northern Green Mountains to the west and the peaks of the Worcester Range to the east. The Byway rewards you with stunning views of meadows, farmlands and forests, along with history and art. This excursion treats you to the best of Vermont. Don’t miss stopping for cider!  LEARN MORE


Balloon, Vermont

While you are in the area, don’t miss one of the “World’s Ten Best Hot Air Balloon Adventures.” From the rolling foothills of the Green Mountains to the shoreline of Lake Champlain, far-reaching vistas are visible at higher altitudes. Balloons fly year-round, weather permitting, but it’s hard to resist autumn, when Vermont’s famed fall foliage is at its vibrant peak.  LEARN MORE

Lake George

Lake George

Located in New York’s vast, protected Adirondack region of mountains and old-growth forests, the town of Lake George sits on the lake of the same name. You may want to start with a relaxing lake cruise to learn about the area, then get your fill of history with two great forts, Fort William Henry and Fort Ticonderoga. Lake George is also home to New York’s largest amusement park, but if that’s not your speed, hike or take a tram to the top of Prospect Mountain for panoramic views. There is something for everyone at Lake George.  LEARN MORE

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King Phillip's Campground

Find peace and tranquility beneath the tall trees sheltered along French Mountain at this RV park. It’s the closest park to Lake George, just a little over a mile away. Enjoy the best the Adirondacks have to offer; from antique shopping to beer tastings or boating and hiking, this central location will have you close to it all.  LEARN MORE


North Adams, MA

No visit to the Berkshires is complete without a stop in North Adams, Massachusetts. This small city boasts a plentiful assortment of museums, galleries, shops, and restaurants. Nestled close to the foothills of the Northern Berkshires, North Adams is a charming stop with a surprising amount of culture, including the largest contemporary art museum in the United States, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.  LEARN MORE

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